Nose position of Short Sunderland

Nose position of Short Sunderland

The nose position of the Short Sunderland, with the nose turret withdrawn to allow access to the mooring equipment.
Short Sunderland Squadrons of World War 2, Jon Lake. A look at the service carrier of the most successful British flying boat of the Second World War, and a key component in Coastal Command's battle against the U-boat. Covers the introduction of the aircraft, its role in the Battle of the Atlantic, the Mediterranean, West Africa and other theatres.
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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (31 October 2008), Nose position of Short Sunderland, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_short_sunderland_nose.html

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